We the undersigned, law lecturers of Thammasat University, as Thai citizens and legal professionals, declare our rejection of the draft Constitution of Thailand B.E....
Silpakorn University philosophy lecturer Asst. Prof. Boonsong Chaisinghanon has told Prachatai that he has refused to hand over examination papers and score details from his Thai Civilization courses.
For more than two months, a group of Moken sea gypsies from a fishing boat owned by rich men from Ranong province have been detained in the Nicobar Islands in the middle of the Indian Ocean. No one cares about their fate, perhaps because they have no nationality, or perhaps they are not human beings? Why do concerned people not care at all about their agony?
Open letter from Campaign for Popular Media Reform (CPMR) and Freedom Against Censorship Thailand (FACT) to Thai citizens
A Thai Civilization lecturer is being threatened with a lèse majesté charge as the police believe the questions he asked students in their examination are slanderous to the monarchy.
The 19 Sept Anti-coup Network issued a statement "Stop Distorting the Intent of the Campaign for Rejection of the Junta-Backed Draft Constitution" to vent their disagreement with the People's Assembly for Political Reform (PAPR) which had earlier come out to support the draft 2007 constitution.
18 July 2007 The cabinet meeting on 17 July 2007 approved the Ministerial Regulation to Confiscate and Seize Computer Systems.
On 11 July 2007 at around 1.00 pm, About 30 members of the 19 September Network against the Coup and the Student Federation of Thailand (SFT) gathered in front of Srijulsup Building which houses the National Election Commission (ECT). Those gathered stated that their intent was to educate the ECT and society on the referendum.
After 2 days of debate to find its stand on the draft 2007 constitution, on 15 July 2007, NGO Coordinating Committee on Development (NGO-COD) announced its rejection of the draft charter.
On 15 July 2007, the People's Assembly for Political Reform (PAPR) announced its endorsement of the draft charter.